Saturday, July 18, 2009
There wasn't a huge turnout for the re-opening of the permanent collection galleries at the Columbia Museum of Art Saturday, but a steady stream was flowing through looking at old paintings in new spots and some very old art, such an 1,500-year-old Chinese sculptures for the first time.
This is the first major - and it is major - change in the upstairs gallery since the museum opened a decade ago.
If you're a regular at the museum you won't see much you haven't seen before but you will probably see it in a new way.
at 2:14 PM Posted by Carolina Culture by Jeffrey Day